Sweden has a long tradition of freedom of expression and prohibition of censorship. Freedom of Press Act was introduced in 1766 and was the first of its kind in the world,
The Largest Swedish Newspapers:
- Aftonbladet.se – Biggest Swedish Newspaper tabloid leftist
- Expressen.se – Swedish Newspaper tabloid liberal
- DN.se – Swedish Newspaper liberal
- Svd.se– Swedish Newspaper conservative
- GP.se – Swedish Newspaper – Gothenburg
- Sydsvenskan.se – Swedish Newspaper South of Sweden
- Thelocal.se – Swedish news in English
- Avpixlat.info – nationalistic news
- Arbetet – socialistic news
Finance and Business magazines
You can also find several local and regional newspapers here.
Foreign newspapers may be obtained in most newspaper stalls. In 1766, Sweden passed the first law of freedom of the press in the world. The guardians of ethics in the Swedish media are the Ombudsman of the Press and the Press Council (Pressens Opinionsnämnd).
Newspaper companies must ensure that journalism services reflect the fundamental concepts of a democratic society, the principle that all people have equal value, and the freedom and dignity of the individual.
Programs for children under 12 years of age should not be interrupted by commercials. Commercials on TV should not exceed the total of 12 minutes per hour